And me and my bf want to have sexton without a condom would it be safe enough for me not to get pregnant or should I stick with both the condom and birth control?
12 Aug 2012
If you suspect he is having sex with someone else, then you need the condom. Other then that, you were safe to have sex a month after you started the birth control pills. That's why they call them birth control. As long as you take them at the same time every day and don't miss any, you're safe.
13 Aug 2012
Condoms beyond the first month are for STD protection NOT birth control. You are protected against pregnancy after the first pack of pills. Birth control pills do not protect against STD's so they tell you to continue to use condoms to protect yourself against STDs. If you are in a manogamous relationship and you are sure of your partners sexual past and of his fidelity then you do not have to use condoms.
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